What is the difference between LTE and FIOS Internet?
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Basically, since LTE has been designed to operate in licensed bands, the centralized scheduling performed by LTE eNodeBs saturates all the channel resources, while Wi-Fi stations refrain from transmitting if the channel is sensed busy.
On a fair coexistence of LTE and Wi-Fi in the unlicensed spectrum: A Survey
01 Jan 2018•Computer Communications 42 citations
Simulation results show that LTE system performance is slightly affected by coexistence whereas Wi-Fi is significantly impacted by LTE transmissions.
Performance Evaluation of LTE and Wi-Fi Coexistence in Unlicensed Bands
02 Jun 2013• 256 citations
LTE-Advanced (also known as LTE Release 10) significantly enhances the existing LTE Release 8 and supports much higher peak rates, higher throughput and coverage, and lower latencies, resulting in a better user experience.
LTE-advanced: next-generation wireless broadband technology [Invited Paper]
01 Jun 2010•IEEE Wireless Communications 1,001 citations
The licensed-assisted access-based long term evolution (LAA-LTE) is a promising solution to provide enhanced LTE services by sharing unlicensed bands with WiFi systems.
For those scenarios where the gateway itself does not have a wired Internet connection, LTE is a candidate solution due to its high spectral efficiency, bandwidth, and coverage.
Performance analysis of an LTE gateway for the IoT
25 Jun 2012• 36 citations
Then, Wi-Fi operation is severely affected when in coexistence with LTE.
LTE UL Power Control for the Improvement of LTE/Wi-Fi Coexistence
01 Sep 2013• 84 citations
We show that despite the market is confirming LAA as the leading unlicensed LTE technology, in certain setups, efficient implementations of LTE-U may prove unexpectedly better in coexisting with Wi-Fi.
Evaluating unlicensed LTE technologies: LAA vs LTE-U
01 Jul 2019•IEEE Access 31 citations
The results show that by configuring the LTE-U with the appropriate TXOP and muting period values, the proposed scheme can significantly improve the coexistence among LTE-U and Wi-Fi in a fair manner.
We show that Wi-Fi is severely impacted by LTE transmissions; hence, the coexistence of LTE and Wi-Fi needs to be carefully investigated.
Enabling the coexistence of LTE and Wi-Fi in unlicensed bands
21 Nov 2014•IEEE Communications Magazine 235 citations
Carrier aggregation is a potential technology for the LTE-Advanced system to support wider bandwidth than the LTE system.
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